Stacie Fulcher, PA-C

Medical Oncology

Stacie Fulcher, PA-C

Graduate School

Chadron State College, NE
University of Nebraska Medical Center

Undergraduate College

University of Nebraska Medical Center

Board Certifications

Physician Assistant

Professional Memberships

American Academy of Physicain Assistants
Oregon Society of Physician Assistants
Advanced Practitioner Society for Hematology and Oncology

Secondary Location

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Patient Care Philosophy

Stacie started her career as a Physician Assistant (Associate) in diagnostic and interventional radiology, transitioning to medical oncology in 2011 in search of deeper patient interaction. Oncology has been a great fit, offering her an opportunity to build long-term relationships and guide patients through all stages of their cancer journey. “It’s challenging. It’s humbling. I never leave work thinking my time would be best served somewhere else.”

Compassionate and patient-centered, Stacie's strength lies in listening and communicating in a way that patients can understand in order to make informed decisions about their health. “It takes an investment of time to get to know a patient, to answer questions, and there are so many questions with a cancer diagnosis. What are the next steps? What do we need to find out? Then explaining options in a way that makes sense so that patients can decide what’s the best fit for them for treatment.”

Stacie enjoys collaborating with her colleagues as well as referring providers. In fact, it’s part of what drew her to WVCI.
Having shared mutual patients with WVCI providers while working as an oncology PA in Medford, Bend, and Corvallis, she joined WVCI’s Albany/Corvallis team
in the spring of 2024. “I absolutely love the community I serve."

Personal Information

When she's not seeing patients at the clinic, Stacie loves spending time with her family outdoors. She enjoys trail running, camping, hiking, mountain biking, snowboarding, reading, gardening and beekeeping.